Visit the excavation

During the first three weeks of the excavation, it will not be possible for the public to visit the excavation. We encourage the audience to follow us digitally only during this first period.

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Due to the ongoing situation with covid-19, we will have limited opportunities to provide field tours, and visitors will have to follow current guidelines to limit possible spread of infection.

In the first three weeks, we will be sieving the topsoil that lies over the ship, and since we are not digging in the ship itself, we will not provide guided tours during this period. However, we will update the website with finds along the way, so feel free to visit digitally! The area will be closed off and we ask the public to respect the barriers.

Beginning from week 30, we will start with regular guided tours for the public. Registration is required to join the tours and there is only room for a limited number of people in each group.

Details and registration links will be posted on this page.

Press can visit by appointment with project manager or deputy.

Published June 29, 2020 11:39 AM - Last modified June 29, 2020 11:39 AM